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2016-17 Tuition Exchange (TE) Fact Sheet UPDATED 06.15.2016 In Brief: TE’s annual Seat Space Availability Service: Openings for qualified students TE member institutions will be polled annually to determine if schools can still accommodate applications for prospective students for fall enrollment after the May 1 National Response Deadline. Students and parents are advised to contact the schools of interest directly for the most up-to-date information. For fall 2016, 100 TE member colleges and universities have either freshmen or transfer space available as of the initial May 2 nd response . . .
Tuition Exchange Tuition Exchange (TE) is a reciprocal scholarship opportunity for the dependents of eligible faculty and staff at all 645 + member schools. A complete listing of TE schools and TELO email addresses, is available online at www.tuitionexchange.org in the Family bucket under the Member Schools tab. TE is available to eligible employees at member schools. Eligible employees are defined by the employee’s school. This should not be construed as a guaranteed employee benefit. The school defines the beneficiary dependent . This can include the employee, spouse, . . .
Finding the right college fit can feel overwhelming. It is important to have a road map, but before you can develop the map you need to know a few things about where you want to land. The following websites should prove helpful! This is by no means a complete listing but ones that TE Central feels are valuable. The College Navigator is created and supported by The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). NCES is the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education in the U.S. and other nations. NCES is located within the U.S. Department of Education and the . . .
Through The Tuition Exchange, member colleges and universities offer an average of 6,000 scholarship awards annually. Each member school sets its own policies and procedures for determining eligibility and requirements for scholarships. That’s why it’s important to work closely with the Tuition Exchange Liaison Officer (TELO) at the institution that employs you. Not sure who your TELO is...you can find the most current information online inside the TE website - Families tab - membership search. First option - Find my TELO. Review the following for answers to the most common questions . . .
The Tuition Exchange website has a variety of useful search options for students and parents looking for Tuition Exchange member schools. Please make use of the tools available to you. Please note, TE Central is unable to answer school specific questions or provide assistance to those considering employment at a TE member school. You will need to contact the TE Liaison Officer at your school of employment or Human Resources, if you are job seeking. Thank you. Visual example of how to conduct a graduate school search Visual example of how to search for TE school information Click here for . . .
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